The East Coast of Singapore is a beguiling mix of old meets new. From war tales to modern marvels, delve deeper into the stories of the buildings and its people. Let’s take a cycle around this extraordinary neighbourhood and rediscover what makes the East Coast so special!
Kick off from one of Singapore’s most treasured urban getaway – East Coast Park. The park boasts a scenic coastline that stretches over 15km!
Siglap is a quiet neighbourhood located in Bedok which has strips of restaurants, cafes and bars. But little is known about its background, such as its history behind the Frankel and Opera Estates.
A key spoke on the Bedok Heritage Trail, Hua Yu Wee is one of the last seafood restaurants left standing in East Coast, featuring the original bungalow and retro-themed décor.
End your cycling tour at Changi Airport’s Hub & Spoke – a pit stop for the Changi Airport Connector. It is a 3.5km cycling and jogging path that links Changi Airport to East Coast Park and the rest of Singapore’s Park Connector Network. Be sure to check out the Jurassic Mile on the way in.